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Temple of Chrysalis

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Luminary Blackthorn, the founder of Temple of Chrysalis
The symbol of Temple of Chrysalis

The Temple of Chrysalis (Greek Ναός της Χρυσαλλίς, Naos tis Chrysallis) is an occult philosophic system founded in 2018 which is based on finding one’s ideal self and multiplying one’s capability with the help of powerful change and affecting one’s mind. The Temple draws inspiration from the life cycle of the butterfly.[1]. When underlining the system, the Temple speaks of itself as the Chrysalis Path.

The members of the Temple settle on a hierarchical order and on the top stands the founder of the Temple and the whole system, Luminary. The hierarchy shows e.g. so that some of the information and rituals are open only for the initiated, plenipotentiary members of the Temple. The Temple calls both the initiated and not yet initiated followers of the Chrysalis Path by the name Chrysalid. The Temple offers its members activities in forms of mutual rituals, coaching and events. The purpose of activities is to support each member’s Chrysalis, the path of changing and to offer a place to discuss and safely break the taboos of the society. The activities also include deeper diving into the Chrysalis. In the Temple gatherings this is shown e.g. in group rituals and in bringing mysticism a part of the gathering.[2]

The principles of Temple of Chrysalis[edit]

The main topics of the Temple are:

  • Realities – researching, questioning and exploiting them.
  • Mind – affecting it, playing with it and manipulating it.
  • Change – Harnessing and exploiting it.
  • Satisfaction – understanding it and increasing one’s well-being with the help of it.
  • Rituals – Shaping reality, empowering the change and sealing a decision.
  • The life cycle of the butterfly – its symbolism from the determination to the pain of giving something away and to resurrection.


The Chrysalis Path takes a scientific approach to topics considered supernatural. An essential part of the system is inspecting the concept of reality and in what ways one can affect self and one’s surroundings. The term Chrysalis (Lat: chrysallis, Greek χρυσαλλίς = chrysallís, plu. chrysalides) refers to the complete phase of metamorphosis of a butterfly in which the caterpillar pupates, and in many cases becomes completely destroyed in order to evolve into a butterfly. The message OF Chrysalis to the Temple of Chrysalis is, in order to radically change, one must radically change one’s life and leave behind all the deeds, activities, behavior, routines and people which stand in the way of positive change.[3]


Imago is used in the Temple as a term of one’s ideal self, the ideal version of oneself. According to the Temple, every person has a some sort of ideal self on the moment and achieving that in different aspects of life is possible. The symbolic resurrection as the ideal self demands death. Meaning, a great spiritual change often demands leaving the past behind and giving away the old. After achieving this one can either settle to the current situation or search for a new Imago. The new Chrysalis acts as the path to the new Imago. So the cycle goes on and the possibilities to self-development are basically endless.[4]

The Temple of the Chrysalis does not worship any traditional or anthropomorphic god. The Temple highlights that the inner change and the force come from the person themselves. Thus, the person herself possesses a god within. [5] [6] During the rituals of the Temple of Chrysalis the concept inner god or different aspects of it, like Imago, Chrysalis or some of the Kaleidoscopes [7] [8], can be worshiped, but due to the Temples nature of focusing on the person’s already existing godliness it doesn’t restrict the members from worshiping other gods in their personal life. That being said, the membership of the Temple consists of believers of many different religions. The unitive factor of the members of the Temple of Chrysalid is the endeavor to a complete change and maintaining it with the methods of the Temple of Chrysalid.

The Edict and the Pillars[edit]

Each of the members of the Temple must accept the Temple Edict. The Edict is the manual of the Temple of Chrysalis containing the Pillars describing the world of the Temple, the code of ethics, rules and the obligations of a Chrysalid [9]

The Pillars of Reality The universe consists of vibrations, frequencies and energies.

Reality is an interpretation of sensory feedback.

Shaping reality is the key to self-improvement.

The Pillars of Mind The mind is the most important tool for shaping reality.

Limits of the mind can be exceeded.

With control, primitivity is freedom and chaos is power.

The Pillars of Metamorphosis Each person has an Imago, the ideal self that can be achieved.

The larva can be offered food, but it must make the decision to begin the Chrysalis.

Resurrection requires death.

The Pillars of Morality Do as you desire, bear the responsibility.

Goodness is reality and situation dependent. Evil is an anomaly in reality.

Happy person doesn’t deliberately cause harm, hence happiness is an aspiration.

The Pillars of Ecstasy Joyful experiences increase happiness.

Ecstatic experience brings you closer to reality shaping.

The relationship of two people is what they agree with one another.


External links[edit]

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